Garsbo fired up a few remixes first, including The Temper Trap ("Fall Together"), Big Gigantic ("Little Things"), and Mutemath ("Monument"). Once those palate cleansers set the scene for the next Kasbo record, a series of digital singles began to slip out, including the synth-laced balladry of "Found You," the neon-lit high notes of "Lay It On Me," and the steady build of "Bleed It Out" rounded out by the robust singer/songwriter skills of Linnea Södahl.
Out now through ODESZA's own Foreign Family Collective and Counter Records, “Places We Don't Know” is the debut LP Garsbo's merely hinted at for the past four years. From its minimalist cover to its flurry of endorphin-flooding melodies, the record is a widescreen example of how buoyant house beats can make you dance and cry. “Places We Don’t Know” has already garnered more than 40 million collective streams and has seen tremendous support from curators across the board.